The Local Enterprise Partnership
Feedback wanted on D2N2 ESIF Local Implementation Plan (Consultation Document)
This Consultation Document sets outs an approach for translating the D2N2 ESIF Strategy into a delivery programme between 2015 and 2018. It seeks to take forward the best elements of existing practice and set out a blend of open calls, opt-ins and potentially other routes, designed to support interventions of scale and impact to maximise the value of ESIF funding for the D2N2 area.
Your response to the Consultation Document will shape and inform the D2N2 ESIF Local Implementation Plan that will be published before the programme opens.
To share your views, please respond to our survey at (https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WVS8SZ3).
PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR FEEDBACK BY MIDDAY, FRIDAY 14TH NOVEMBER 2014
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